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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaigh View Post
    I think having a Paladin Consecrate the weapon first and then a Cleric Bless it will give the highest swings possible, though you may want to check that with someone who plays those classes.
    Yup. Consecrate first. Reversing the order makes consecrate do nothing.

    Quote Originally Posted by LivderaDeralleur View Post
    Does Consecrate require the Paladin to be holding the weapon or can they just cast it at the character and it automatically is applied to the weapon they're holding?
    Works the same as bless, just cast it at them.

    For my warrior I generally just cast consecrate from a scroll before asking for a bless.
    Last edited by Gnomad; 09-23-2016 at 11:03 PM.

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    Failing all that you can just join Voln and have infinite blesses especially since everything in there is undead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by macgyver View Post
    Failing all that you can just join Voln and have infinite blesses especially since everything in there is undead.
    I doubt I'd ever switch him to Voln - I normally hate hunting undead and the constant need to renew favor by hunting undead kinda locks you into that.

    That said - I managed to finish Reim this morning with like 30 minutes to spare. Think I went through my original bless plus 2-3 pure potions. Only annoying bit was when my bless ran out mid-berserk and I had to wait to stop it so I could re-bless. Had 2-3 pit traps. I didn't search all the boxes, though, as I was a bit wary due to reports of major wounds from them - the ones I did search only gave me creature spawns. I might risk searching more of them next time.

    Also my emperer spawned with a claidhmore - 0x, though (but teasingly described with 'vaalorn-edged')

    I can see why Undead bane and permabless is so popular. I'd want it just to not have to bother with all the pure potions, etc.

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